Select Brands SC-60 Corningware 6-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker, White
Corningware Slow Cooker with Bonus. Features a 6 qt capacity and is programmable with up to 10 hours of cooking time for all your favorite dishes. Low and hight heat settings are automatically switches to keep warm mode so you get perfect results. Includes high dome Pyrex(R) glass lid, removable insert and non-skid feet. Bonus items included are Storage Lid that snaps tight onto insert for storing cooked foods. Storage lid can also be used as protective trivet. Durable nylon carry bag means you can take it with you to parties, gatherings and events. Set also includes detailed cookbook and wire rack
- 6-quart countertop slow cooker offers low, high, and warm heat settings
- Programmable with up to 10 hours of cooking time for favorite dishes
- Digital-display control panel; cool-touch exterior; non-skid rubber feet
- Removable insert, loaf pan, meat rack, wire rack, nylon carry bag, and cookbook included
- Measures approximately 18-1/2 by 10-1/4 by 15-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
Average Customer Review
(48 customer reviews)
Not Exactly "Programmable", March 16, 2005
Jon Jasper "CustomCadillac" (Kennebunk, ME USA)
All told, this seemed well made and had many extras packed in with it (silicone cookware, insulated carrier, etc.). I've been searching for a genuinely programmable crockpot for ages - this isn't it. The temp setting is determined by the number of hours you set, so if you're thinking I want a pot where I can choose high temp for X hours then switch to low for Y hours - good luck. You can't do that with this model nor the "programmable" pots from Rival, All-Clad or Kenmore. I've purchased and returned them all as unsatisfactory for my needs (all I want to do is set 2 hours at high then 16 at low for making my chicken stock - this is apparently the Crock-Pot equivalent of putting a man on Mars- no one can do it today).
Beware, outer shell, may melt!!!!, March 22, 2006
T. Hansen (Omaha, NE)
I recently purchased this product. The first time I used it, I thought it worked great. I made a pot of chili and let it cook until we were ready to eat it that night. The second time I used it, things were not as good. The outer shell where the controls are were literally melting. I had programmed this to cook for 10 hours while I went to work. I came home that night and the hours had not changed. I realized I didn't click the on/off button to start heating the cooker. This may have saved a house fire. I went ahead and changed the time from 10 to 4 hours. This set the unit to high instead of the original low setting. Not 15 minutes after turning on, the outer covering was melting. I immediately shut it off. I see the 4 quart units were recalled back in 2004 for similar issues. Whatever their problem, it has not been fixed. Be aware of this serious problem when using your slow cooker. I am returning mine and will exchange for a different brand.
It's attractive and very cool to the touch. But don't break the liner!!!!!, February 27, 2006
Customer "Mommyo" (Coastal South)
Update: After not receiving replacement liner, I find out.